Almost 75 ft long, 8 bins that hold 1.5 cords of wood each. Top covered with tin roofing material. Flooring is oak pallets.
Building it was very easy. 6 ft long ground timbers as the posts and 2x4's as the dividers and to hold the wood up in the back. The ground timbers are put into 6x6/4x4 concrete deck blocks from Menards and its all held together with 3" long wood nails:
Here's my new wood shed, though shed is a stretch. This is fresh cut wood ready to dry over the next 2 years. I will cover it in the fall and winter. Got feedback on the forum that in Iowa it will dry well in our hot windy summer days, uncovered.
Nice sheds thanks for sharing pics, actually i want to build a shed but i still looking for modern design ideas, i moved to Australia few months ago for working here, and i bought a big home in Melbourne but i was surprised that it doesn’t has a garage for the car or shed in backyard and i had to build them, i started with the concrete base for shed and searched in internet for shed and garage models, as a new here i didn’t know any steel and wood companies so i asked the neighbours and them told me about localshedsolutions.com.au so i ordered aluminum for the garage and wood for shed, i like your shed designs i might build like it with some modifications.
Topped up the shed today. Should be just enough to get me through a mild winter (based on my last stove... new one might be a bit more thrifty). If it's a cold one I'll pull from outdoor stacks.
I didn't get a floor poured in it like I was hoping to this summer, nor the rear lean-to to park trailers under. Decided to add batten to the boards though, as the wood gets enough air with the front and rear doors open that I don't need the siding ventilating. Also closed off the soffits with vented aluminum and got a final coat of paint on the roll up doors.